As a way to help your child with their comprehension, you can use this story elements chart to help them understand the key characteristics of a fiction story: characters, setting, problem, and solution. The students can draw the pictures and/or write notes about each part. As students work on these, encourage your student to look back at the text to find answers. Also encourage them to use specific details such as the proper names of the characters rather than "the boy" or "the girl" and the specific setting such as "a farm in the winter" rather than "outside."
I just completed my sixth year teaching First Grade at Moseley Elementary in Grand Prairie, TX. This coming year I will begin teaching Elementary Art at the same school. I use Bishop's Blackboard to share ideas from my classroom and other sources.